Guess where I found this door.
I’ll give you a clue. When the rains finally give way to glorious sun-filled days, where do you generally tend to stray? The bank? The dentist? Or perhaps you wander down the street to a place where you can buy seeds to plant and birdbaths for your friends.
A place decorated for Easter and Halloween and all holidays in between, where you can ask why your calla lilies didn’t bloom this year or get fertilizer tips for a picky Bird of Paradise.
I must admit, the first days of spring you’ll likely find me hanging out on the Isle of the Lotus Eaters waiting for Odysseus to arrive and shake me out of my stupor. Perhaps then I’ll have more to share with the doors folks over at Norm’s who’ve made Thursdays an around the world adventure.
14 thoughts on “#ThursdayDoors: Gardens and Lotus Eaters”
Makin’ me homesick again, Jan.
Sorry Jude – wish you were here. Happy Easter.
I love that door. I really like seeing doors that have gone rogue.
Thanks Dan. They have some very clever people at the nursery.
I do like this gate.
Thank you – it’s a cheerful sight indeed.
It’s a great looking door – but now I’m going to be left wondering whether it is the birds and squirrels who are saying welcome, or are the birds and squirrels the ones who are welcomed? 🙂
Thanks Joanne – a very Happy Easter to you and your family as well.
Nice door, but one that generates more questions than it answers. Why is it there? Where did it come from? When is spring really going to be here? [Ok last question is mine, but really…?]
I think it serves as a display for the welcome signs. We just had two days of weather in the 70s and now the temps are going back down…. Happy Easter Ally!
Looks like a wonderful visit to your local nursery, Jan, and what a fine and welcoming door it is. Fun post.
Book stores and nurseries are my downfall!
Sorry for the lengthy delay this week. That is a very nice find 🙂